The group is a multidisciplinary team of professionals selected for skills, experience and sensibility. They work with enthusiasm and passion following all the phases of the project development, from concept to realization.
Graduated in architecture at "La Sapienza" university in Rome in 2001. After training at several universities and acquiring professional experience with a variety of architectural practices across Europe, he founded the studio "Corsaro Architetti" in Puglia in 2005. The breadth of his experience in the region has provided him with an in-depth understanding of local architecture. A range of cultural influences and a sound knowledge of traditional building techniques come together in his work, as demonstrated both through the formal rigor typical of Northern Europe and the complexity of the Mediterranean approach. Daniele's works have been rewarded, published and exhibited at various prestigious locations both in Italy and abroad, among with: “Mies Van Der Rohe Award 2013” in Barcelona and the “Biennale di Venezia” in 2014.
Since 2001, he has been collaborating with the “KTH-School of Architecture” in Stockholm.
After moving from Bari to Berlin in her early twenties, in 1993 Annalisa Bruno founded “Marmo e Terracotta” supplying natural Italian stone and interior design services to architectural practices and important clients across Germany. After fifteen years in the home furnishings industry, Annalisa returned to Italy in 2009 ready for a new challenge. The following year she founded, together with architect Daniele Corsaro, “Apulia Property Design”, www.apuliapropertydesign.it. Her considerable experience in the field of building and project management has given her the ability, whatever the situation, to rapidly overcome any difficulty encountered while striving for optimal living solutions. This key skill has been appreciated by potential customers, who are looking for an ideal space that reflects their style, taste and personality.
He studied architecture at the Israel Institute of Technology "Technion" and graduated at the "Pratt Institute" in New York. Ori Merom is an architect with extensive professional as well as academic experience, with a long record of won international architectural competitions.
He currently teaches at the “KTH-School of Architecture” in Stockholm.
He has acquired an extensive experience of international large-scale projects and has been cooperating with the studio "Corsaro Architetti" since his founding, professionally as well as academically.
Graduated in Architecture in 2016 from the “Alma Mater Studiorum” in Bologna, she developed the thesis project “Unit and continuity in the urban fragment - A project in Berlin Friedrichshain” during a period of research in the city of Berlin. In 2016 she completed the post-graduate internship in Seville where she gained experience in the design of large-scale public architectures. From 2017 she joined the "Corsaro Architetti" studio as a designer.
Graduated in 2011 from the University of Ferrara "Biagio Rossetti" with a Master’s degree in Architecture.
With the dissertation degree "PASS - Project for Social and Sustainable housing" he studied the topic of social housing in Italy and specifically in Rome.
In 2011 he collaborated on a requalification project of public spaces in the historic centers in the province of Brindisi in Puglia, developing a sustainable urban design.
In 2012 he worked on a regeneration project located in the North-East of London "Creative Network Partners - Hackney Downs Studios", transforming vacant industrial buildings into a community hub for the creative enterprise sector.
In 2015 he participated in the International Architectural Competition [AC-CA] and the project has been selected as the 2nd Prize winner for the Dakar Temporary Cinema.
Since 2015 he works at the "Corsaro Architetti" studio as a designer and office manager.
Born in Taranto, in 2011 she moved to Lima (Peru) where she studied architecture at the “Ricardo Palma” University. During the university years, she acquires particular skill in the creation of models using different techniques and materials and she specializes in the three-dimensional and graphic representation of the projects. In 2016, after her internship as an assistant in the integrated laboratory course, she decided to return to Italy. From 2017 she works in the "Corsaro Architetti" studio as a designer.
Born in Cisternino in the Province of Brindisi. In 2001, he graduated from the “Leonardo da Vinci” Technical Institute for Surveyors in Martina Franca (TA), specializing in construction and the environment. He immediately began acquiring practical experience with various studios based locally in the Valle D’Itria, and in November 2006 he qualified as a surveyor before registering in April 2007. In May 2007, he began working for the studio "Corsaro Architetti", assuming the role as technical supervisor of projects and construction sites and for liaison with both the various contractors and administrative bodies involved in the practice’s projects.
Born in Grottaglie in the Province of Taranto. In June 2005, she graduated from the "Don Milani Pertini" Institute of Economics in Grottaglie with a specialization in accounting. In September 2007, she began working at Daniele Corsaro’s architectural practice in a crucial and wide-ranging role with responsibilities that include administration, accounts, organization and information.